In this episode of “The Business of Learning,” Doug Harward, founder and CEO of Training Industry, discusses how to approach decisions about when to outsource and how to manage and develop requests for proposals (RFPs) for training products and...
Modern learning organizations require their service providers to move beyond what was previously sufficient. It’s no longer about being better, faster and cheaper.
Moving beyond a transactional relationship with your provider can have a host of benefits throughout the business. Achieving the optimum culture fit in learning and development is a balance of engagement, design, content and support.
The rapid pace of digital transformation makes it difficult to stay current solely through internally developed learning resources. That’s where outsourcing employee training can come to the rescue. However, even training procurement has its limitations.
Which people and roles do you need to add to your team to keep up with these L&D innovations? There’s a wide range.
Having a partner can help learning organizations prove their value in the business and change the perception of simply being a cost center.
Organizations afraid or unable to embrace new technologies fall behind in their ability to innovate and create better customer experiences and, as a result, can lose out to competitors who are further along in digital transformation.